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Throughout the history of the United States, newspapers played an important role in shaping public perceptions and unifying or dividing a community. In 1839, Don Carlos Smith and others established a newspaper called the Times and Seasons. In 1842, Church leaders assumed ownership of the paper and assigned John Taylor and Wilford Woodruff as editors. As the official voice of the Church, the paper shared news, expounded on doctrine, printed excerpts of Joseph’s letters, and published his translation of the Book of Abraham.
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